posted on Jul, 1 2011 @ 11:45 PM
I have an autistic son and while he does not have a speech impediment, he is difficult to understand at times.
I can say that if this situation were to unfold with my son at my house, first the officers in question would have to deal with our two 100 pound
each German Shepherds who both absolutely LOVE this particular child of ours; we have 3 sons and 2 daughters. They follow him around and are more
often than not in the same room he is in, much more so than our other children. They just seem to have taken it upon themselves to be his
It's funny how people react when see our dogs. They're both beautiful, but quite large which is what I suppose makes them intimidating. I always tell
people that the dogs are harmless as long as you are but if my dog doesn't like you then neither do I.
The next thing they would have to contend with would be the most extreme prejudice I and my wife could bring to bear upon them. Then they would likely
have all of my other children on them because they all feel very protective of their sibling. Other than my wife, my entire family practices martial
arts, including weapons training. And she's got her daddy's gun.
For the record, I believe that SFA437 is most assuredly one of the good guys and would count myself lucky and feel protected indeed if he were a
member of my city's police force.
Not all cops are bad, but the ones who are really tarnish more of the good ones than any other profession.
edit on 2-7-2011 by jadedANDcynical
because: grammar police